2013 & 2016 L405's
I have the phone option in the console of my Range but it's missing the actual cradle and phone. Does anyone know where I can find this setup?
Yes, I know that bluetooth is the way to go but I'm hearing that the cradle phone is great for reception so I just wanted to have that option in the time of need. If i can't find one for a good deal then it's no big deal because the bluetooth is working fine for now. Maybe I'll just remove the cradle option all together and get back some storage space as you stated. I guess I would have to find the part number for the replacement part to remove the cradle option.umbertob said:Don't bother. Those cradles were never that popular to begin with (they were only available for a handful of now-ancient Nokia phones, since not surprisingly Nokia was the manufacturer of the PTI system in 2005-2008 models) and Land Rover is no longer supplying or supporting them. If you do find them used on eBay or similar sites, they will only be compatible with handsets that nobody has used in years. Bluetooth is the only way to go - with its limitations. If you want to reclaim some storage space from your center console, you can safely remove that useless cradle receiver, you will never use it. :wink:
DId you follow the bluetooth pairing instructions in the Range Rover Owners manual? If I'm not mistaken, the key has to be in the ignition switched on when you put your phone in pairing mode.Onash said:Hi. New to this forum. Just picked up an 06 RR HSE (MKIII). I understand that bluetooth was standard on the 06 and even checked on Land Rover's website with the VIN, but can't for the life of me figure out how to work it. When I push the phone button I get "Phone not fitted" message. I've turnd the bluetooth to discoverable on the iPhone 3GS and motorola razor and still nothing. inside the center armrest, I see a connector but not sure what that is for.
Can someone help with the bluetooth issue? Am I missing a part or a step in setting it up.
Your help is appreciated.